Enterprise Community Loan Fund Selected for Prestigious Impact Investing List

Submitted by greenamerica on November 24, 2015

Enterprise Community Loan Fund has been selected for the ImpactAssets 50 2015, which features 50 impact investing fund managers delivering social, environmental and financial returns worldwide.Lori Chatman, president of Enterprise Community Loan Fund, said about being included on the  ImpactAssets 50 2015:  “IA 50 has served to catalyze capital by connecting socially-minded investors to fund managers demonstrating compelling impact. We are honored to be included among this distinguished list of our impact investing colleagues in IA 50 2015.”

For more than 20 years, Enterprise Community Loan Fund has successfully driven capital into communities of need thanks to our investors who seek both a social and financial return on their investment. Over that time, more than $1.3 billion has been deployed throughout the nation to ensure that low-income families have access to homes that are affordable and connected to jobs, transit, good schools and health care.

In 2010, the fund launched the Enterprise Community Impact Note, an investment vehicle which provides an opportunity for both individuals and organizations to support our work and mission. In its fifth year, more than $30 million has been invested by retail, accredited, and institutional investors, and utilized as financing to create affordable homes, learning spaces, and health care centers.

The IA 50 is the first publicly available database of experienced private debt and equity impact investment fund managers. This annually updated list is a gateway into the world of impact investing for investors and their financial advisors, offering an easy way to identify experienced impact investment firms. The IA 50 is intended to illustrate the breadth of impact investment fund managers operating today. The 50 firms have been selected to demonstrate a wide range of impact investing activities across geographies, sectors and asset classes.

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